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Day #4 Morning Report - Ready Steady Tokyo

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Day #4 Morning Report - Ready Steady Tokyo
Day #4 Morning Report - Ready Steady Tokyo

It's the final day of fleet racing for some as Ready Steady Tokyo - Sailing enters Day 4.

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The good news is that the wind is set to be more consistent and stable today than previous days.

After 9:00, southeasterly-south winds of 4-8 knots will be present, but this will increase by the time sailors begin their schedule for the day.

From 12:00, when racing begins, sailors can expect south-southwesterly winds between 10-14 knots, gusting 18 knots.

After 18:00, the wind will decrease slightly to around 10 knots, with heavy rain and thunderstorms likely.

Similarly to yesterday, wave height shouldn't reach over 1m today.

Racing will start at around 12:00 for the majority of Olympic events, with between two and three races scheduled in each.

Today is the last day of fleet racing for the RS:X Men and Women, 49ers, 49erFXs and Nacra 17s - they will all have their Medal Race tomorrow.

The day's schedule is as follows:

Ready Steady Tokyo - 4th day's schedule
Ready Steady Tokyo - 4th day's schedule

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